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Objective: Seek the Position of Senior Nutritionist
Expert Nutritionist with over twelve years experience providing individual and group education and counseling; developing and coordinating care plan with team members; participating in the marketing of the Eating Disorders Program to other physicians, groups and organizations.
Excellent organizational and communication skills.
Highly self motivated and self directed.
Immense technical skills including the ability to balance rations.
Uncommon outgoing personality and Excellent 1 on 1 interaction with farmers.
Deep experience and skills in training staff.
Proven experience in emergency feeding programs, and CTC programs.
Sound understanding of development and relief issues.
Assessment, analytical and planning skills.
Sound capacity to adapt in remote and harsh environments.
Proven experience in liaising with all relevant stakeholders.
United Nations Development Program, Kenya, Africa 2002 - Present
Put in place adequate monitoring systems to ensure the quality of nutrition responses implemented by sub-grantees.
Ensure that relevant international protocols and practice are adhered to by all sub-grantees.
Flag any program weaknesses/limitations in regards to nutrition issues and in consultation with the sub-grantee, develop an action plan to address any areas of concern.
Provide technical training to sub-grantees as requested.
Ensure nutritional data coming from sub-grantees is accurate, relevant, and technically sound, providing training if needed.
Produce regular reports on nutrition activities by sub-grantees, making sure to adhere to recognized formats so they can easily be collated.
Report, as required, on program work to Sub-grant coordinator and GOAL's nutrition advisor.
Work closely with the sub-grants team to ensure linkage between program delivery and budgetary obligations of the sub-grantee.
Assist rapid assessment team with the carrying out of nutritional surveys where required.
Network and coordinate with relevant authorities, UN agencies and NGOs where necessary.
Attend technical coordination meetings as required.
Perform other duties as directed by the Sub-Grant coordinator and the Rapid Response Program Coordinator.
John Dale Foundation, Somalia, Africa 1996 - 2002
Managed nutritional program in the district of Okoma.
Organized and carried out nutritional surveys.
Collected and analyzed nutritional data.
Implemented, monitored and evaluated the Supplementary Feeding Program.
Supervised and provided technical training for local staff.
Networked and coordinated with relevant authorities and stakeholders at the field level.
Produced regular reports on the implementation of the nutrition program.
Attended technical coordination meeting at the field.
Sandford Private Schools, New York, NY 1993 - 1996
Assistant, Nutrition Services
Prepared, cooked, served using proper portion control, and clean up Type A breakfast and lunch to all students in assigned buildings according to federal, state and district policies.
Adhered to proper sanitation and kitchen safety program as defined by federal, state, local guidelines and rules including the NS HACCP Program.
Recorded meals for federal reimbursement by utilizing the point of sale program, processed students through the lunch line and accounted for all monies paid by the students.
Ensured food is properly stored based on federal, state and local nutritional standards and guidelines.
Stocked nutrition food, serviced supplies and equipment as assigned by Cook Manager.
Completed, reviewed and submitted menu work sheets and prep sheets, labor sheets, time sheets and time book as requested by Cook Manager.
Followed daily job assignments and rotation as assigned by Cook Manager.